80s McDonald's Hawaii Swim Club Olympic Dreams t-shirt Small
Chest 16 in.
Length 24 in.
Content: Feels like cotton blend
Tag Brand: Screen Stars
This double-sided tee was made back in 1982 to commemorate the 34th Annual Keo Nakama Invitational, which was sponsored by the Hawaii Swimming Club. This was a youth swimming competition for USA Swimming registered athletes. The competition was named in honor of the International Swimming Hall of Fame athlete, Keo Nakama, who was born in Pu'unene, Hawaii back in 1920. Unfortunately World War II prevented this talented swimmer from ever competing in the Olympic Games, but his legacy lives on to inspire young athletes.
The front of this shirt includes an advertisement for McDonald's which says "Helping Olympic Dreams Come True". The shirt also includes the logo for the 1984 Olympics hosted in Los Angeles. McDonald's launched a giveaway in support of the '84 Olympics, which unfortunately lost the fast food chain more money than they anticipated when the Soviet Union chose to boycott the games. While this was bad for the company, McDonald's customers were delighted to cash in on some free food.
Fits like a modern unisex adult small.